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Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology (NUCL) in the American Chemical Society


Welcome to the new NUCL Home Page. ┬áThe menu and sub-menus to the left will guide you to information about the Division’s activities, such as the Nuclear and Radiochemistry Summer Schools, symposia at the ACS National Meetings, other meetings related the the division members’ research, or other resources to learn more about the division. ┬áPlease feel free to send suggestions and additions to any member of the website committee. You can view some of the most recently posted information below.


Recent Posts


Abstract Extension – Spring ACS NUCL

Dear NUCL Division Members, The NUCL Division abstract deadline for the Spring 2019 National ACS Meeting has been extended to Friday, November 2. Please note that the Call for Papers webpage will not reflect the extended deadline until tonight’s update. …

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Radiochemist – Eckert & Ziegler Isotope Products

Eckert & Ziegler Isotope Products, a subsidiary of Eckert & Ziegler AG, is the world’s largest manufacturer of nuclear imaging reference and calibration standards. We are a leading producer of radioactive components for industrial, scientific and medical applications. We offer …

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October 2018 Newsletter

The October 2018 Newsletter is now available. Topics include: > FROM THE CHAIR > UPCOMING PROGRAMMING > NUCL ELECTION INFORMATION > COUCILORS REPORT > AWARD NOMINATIONS


Post-doc in Radiochemistry – Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

The Postdoctoral Researcher will play a major role in development of novel radiochemical separation techniques for nuclear forensic and high energy density programs. He/she will develop techniques for producing isotopes at relevant quantities using appropriate neutron and charged-particle reactions at …

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Post-doc in Nuclear Science – Indiana University

A postdoctoral fellowship is presently available with the many-body nuclear dynamics group at Indiana University, Bloomington. The group conducts experimental research in low and intermediate energy nuclear reactions with an emphasis on the topic of near and sub-barrier fusion reactions …

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Scientist – DTRA

Job opening for our European Command Technical Support Group Scientist position, with duty in Stuttgart, Germany. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Military experience is nice but not required. The job announcement closes 01 October 2018. …

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Faculty Position – UMass Lowell

A faculty position in Radiological Health Physics has just opened at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. The preferred areas of interest for the faculty member are radiochemistry, nuclear forensics, and nuclear security. The link to the job announcement is: http://explorejobs.uml.edu/lowell/en-us/job/494947/assistantassociate-professor-radiological-health-physics …

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Faculty Positions – University of Florida

The Nuclear Engineering Program at the University of Florida is inviting applications for open rank positions, with particular interest in candidates with expertise in Radiochemistry, Plasma physics and fusion, Data science for Nuclear Engineering, Advanced reactor concepts, Reactor physics, and …

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2018 Kinard Award Winner – Steve Yates

Congratulations to Prof. Steve Yates (University of Kentucky), recipient of the 2018 W. Frank Kinard Distinguished Service Award. Steve will receive his award at the NUCL business meeting during the ACS Fall National Meeting in Boston. Prof. Yates has been …

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Join NUCL

The ACS has developed video clips to encourage members to join technical divisions. The video clip for the NUCL division features Graham Peaslee, NUCL Councilor and Professor of Experimental Nuclear Physics, University of Notre Dame. https://youtu.be/ZNJgsQj6T74